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Haan Hum Ne Pyaar Kiya Keh Den Zamaane Se

Posted on: February 7, 2018


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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In the year 1969, “Mere Sapnon Ki Rani Kab Aayegi Tu” – the song from ‘Aradhana’ had taken the entire nation by storm. So many things of this song became such dear memories, that have lasted for decades. Of course, the melody (Sachin Da) and its rendition (Kishore Kumar) are absolutely superlative. The song, and its popularity paved the way and propelled Rajesh Khanna towards super stardom. And the other things about this song – well the parallel drive of the army jeep and the toy train is one. Sharmila Tagore sittings in the window seat in the train is absolutely ravishing with her smile and dimpled cheeks. She is reading a novel, rather pretending to read, as her eyes and mind are on the antics of the young man in the jeep. Ah yes, and the novel she has in her hand – a very popular thriller writer of that era – Alistair Maclean; and the title of novel – ‘When Eight Bells Toll’. (No, no, don’t worry, I will not get into the story line of the novel 🙂 ).

Let’s see, what else. Aah yes, the almost edge of the cliff driving, one handed driving, while playing the mouth organ, with a scampering hearted young man, jumping about in the jeep at the same time. And the man behind the wheel, in a black leather hat – Sujit Kumar. This single handed driving on the cliff edge while playing the mouth organ with the other hand, besought Sujit Kumar a memorable imagery, that embedded in the collective memory much more than his career till then. And it also kind of shifted his career path – more towards character roles in A grade cinema.

Remembering Sujit Kumar on his birth anniversary today (7th February).

Sujit Kumar was born this day in 1934, in the city of Benaras. His family were rich landowners for generations in that area. An unlikely, unexpected and a very hesitant entrant into the film world, Sujit had never planned to or dreamed of being a film star. Going through his school and college in a very normal traditional manner, the plans for him was to go to UK for higher studies and get an MBA degree.

It was chance, or a mistake, or destiny – at college he participated in a stage play. The play was judged as very successful and was sent as an entry to a college play competition. More destiny – Phani Majumdar, renowned director of his times, was invited to judge the competition. Sujit’s play was adjudged the winner, and Sujit Kumar adjudged as the best actor in the competition. Phani Da talked with him, and suggested joining films. He invited him to join as assistant director on the then current project – ‘Akaashdeep’ (1965), with a promise to take on Sujit as a hero in the following film he would produce.

The destiny turned fickle; ‘Akaashdeep’ was a commercial let down, and Phani Da could not have a next project to work on with a newcomer. Sujit remembers his predicament – on one hand he was to go to London for MBA and now he was forced to make rounds of film producers offices in search of work. He was very disheartened. He got into other films as an assistant director – like ‘Apna Bana Ke Dekho’ and ‘Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein’.

Around early to mid 1960s, the Bhojpuri film industry began taking roots. The first film ‘Ganga Maiya Tohey Piyari Chadhaibo’ was released in 1962, to a great success. Its producers, Nazir Husain and director Kundan Shah, then approached Sujit Kumar for their next project. Sujit was very excited with the offer and started to prepare for the role. Just less than a week prior to the start of shooting schedule, he was informed that he had been removed from the film. Rumors had it that Aseem Kumar, the hero of the earlier ‘Ganga Maiya Tohey Piyari Chadhaibo’, went to meet Kum Kum, the heroine of that earlier film, and through her, he influenced the producer director to retain Aseem Kumar as the hero.

Sujit was very dejected. But then the destiny did another flip. Bachubhai Shah, another producer starting his venture into Bhojpuri films, approached him for his first project. Sujit, cautious to the extreme, requested for a meeting with the heroine, Naaz, to make sure he does not get dumped once again. After the meeting, all was well. The film ‘Bidesiya’ went on to be one of the greatest hits of the Bhojpuri cinema.

Time was also when Sujit started to get lead roles in Hindi films, albeit in B and C grade thriller type films. A sampler list – ‘Ek Saal Pehle’ (1965), ‘Laal Bangla’ (1966), ‘Labela’ (1966), ‘Ek Raaz’ (1960s), ‘Lamboo in Hong Kong’ (1967), ‘Sub Ka Ustad’ (1967), ‘Lahu Pukaarega’ (1968), ‘Gunda’ (1969), and ‘Mangu Dada’ (1970). In parallel, his career in A grade films as a character artist was also shaping up simultaneously. He appeared in a number of films in supporting roles – ‘Ladka Ladki’ (1966), ‘Pati Patni’ (1966), ‘Jaal’ (1967), ‘Aankhen’ (1968), ‘Aulaad’ (1968), ‘Aradhna’ (1969), ‘Ittefaq’ (1969), ‘Aan Milo Sajna’ (1970), and so on. A special mention here needs to be made of the 1969 film ‘Gustakhi Maaf’. In this comedy film, Sujeet Kumar and Sanjeev Kumar teamed up to play the roles of two brothers, who get entangled with a double roled Tanuja, making for one of the most rollicking comedies of the 1960s.

Past the 1970 milestone, Sujit Kumar’s career took off in two directions – a very successful lead actor in Bhojpuri films, and a very successful and sought after character actor in Hindi films. Later on, he also turned a producer, making some big name films like ‘Anubhav’ (1986), ‘Aasmaan Se Ooncha’ (1989), ‘Ganga Kahe Pukar Ke’ (Bhojpuri) (1991), ‘Khel’ (1992), ‘Daraar’ (1996), ‘Champion’ (2000) and ‘Aetbaar’ (2004).

Sujit Kumar passed away on 5th February, in 2010, after a long fight with cancer.

Today’s song is from the 1969 film ‘Gunda’. The film is produced under the banner of Smart Films, Bombay and is directed by Mohammed Husain. The cast of actors consists of Sheikh Mukhtar, Sujit Kumar, Jayanti, NA Ansari, Bhagwan, Helen, Bela Bose, Shakeela Bano Bhopali, Shaam Kumar, Shefali, Mumtaz Begum, Uma Dutt, Mohan Jerry, Satish, Sharifa, and Fatima etc.

The film has six songs, written by three song writers – Anjaan, Shadaab, and Dev Kohli. Music for this film is composed by GS Kohli. One song of this film is already showcased here on our blog. This is the second song of this film, coming on board today. The singing voices are of Mohammed Rafi and Suman Kalyanpur. On screen, the song is performed by Sujit Kumar and Jayanti.

A wonderful duet, that is a expression of love song. The gentleman is quite keen to announce to the world, his love for the lady. And the lady is reticent, and asks the gentleman to wait. Enjoy this tete-a-tete between lovers.

[Acknowledgements: The material for the above article is gathered and adapted from an interview with Sujit Kumar, published in Cineplot in 2007, and newspaper articles published in Times of India, Hindustan Times, Zee News, and Rediff.]

 

Song – Haan Hum Ne Pyaar Kiya Keh Den Zamaane Se  (Gunda) (1969) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – GS Kohli

Lyrics

haan hum ne pyaar kiya
keh den zamaane se
abhi nahin
na na abhi nahin
o ho abhi nahin
na na abhi nahin
pyaar kabhi chhupta hai
aise chhupaane se
kabhi nahin
na na kabhi nahin
meri jaan kabhi nahin
na na kabhi nahin

tumhin se pyaar kiya hai
isey chhupaayen kyon
kiya hai zurm hum ne kya
nazar churaayen kyon
kiya hai pyaar magar aisi koi baat na kar
zamaane waale hum pe ungliyaan uthaayen kyon
zamaana kya hai
zamaane ne kis ka saath diya
hamaari baat karo
hum ne tumse pyaar kiya
deewaane yun na sataa
yun na sataa
yun na sataa
ab to dil ka raaz keh de
dil ke deewaane se
abhi nahin
na na abhi nahin
meri jaan abhi nahin
na na abhi nahin
haan hum ne pyaar kiya
keh den zamaane se
abhi nahin
na na abhi nahin
o ho abhi nahin
na na abhi nahin

ghata si zulf aaj khul ke mehak jaane de
dhalak raha hai ye aanchal to dhalak jaane de
sambaahlo khud ko abhi aise beqaraar na ho
balaa se dil behak raha hai
behak jaane de
teri adaayen jab yun dil ko beqaraar karen
dabaa ke dard kab talak yun intezaar karen
na chhed aise sanam
tujhko qasam
meri qasam
ab to dil se milne de
dil kisi bahaane se
abhi nahin
na na abhi nahin
meri jaan abhi nahin
na na abhi nahin
ho oo oo
haan hum ne pyaar kiya
keh den zamaane se
abhi nahin
na na abhi nahin
o ho abhi nahin
meri jaan abhi nahin
pyaar kabhi chhupta hai
aise chhupaane se
kabhi nahin
na na kabhi nahin
meri jaan kabhi nahin
na na kabhi nahin

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हाँ हमने प्यार किया
कह दें ज़माने से
अभी नहीं
ना ना अभी नहीं
ओ हो अभी नहीं
ना ना अभी नहीं
प्यार कभी छुपता है
ऐसे छुपाने से
कभी नहीं
ना ना कभी नहीं
मेरी जां कभी नहीं
ना ना कभी नहीं

तुम्हीं से प्यार किया है
इसे छुपाएं क्यों
किया है ज़ुर्म हमने क्या
नज़र चुराएँ क्यों’
किया है प्यार मगर ऐसी कोई बात ना कर
ज़माने वाले हम पे उँगलियाँ उठाएँ क्यों
ज़माना क्या है
ज़माने ने किस का साथ दिया
हमारी बात करो
हमने तुमसे प्यार किया
दीवाने यूं ना सता
यूं ना सता
यूं ना सता
अब तो दिल का राज़ कह दे
दिल के दीवाने से
अभी नहीं
ना ना अभी नहीं
मेरी जां अभी नहीं
ना ना अभी नहीं
हाँ हमने प्यार किया
कह दें ज़माने से
अभी नहीं
ना ना अभी नहीं
ओ हो अभी नहीं
ना ना अभी नहीं

घटा सी जुल्फ आज खुल के महक जाने दे
ढलक रहा है ये आँचल तो ढलक जाने दे
संभालो खुद को अभी ऐसे बेक़रार ना हो
बला से दिल बहक रहा है
बहक जाने दे
तेरी अदाएं जब यूं दिल को बेक़रार करें
दबा के दर्द कब तलक यूं इंतज़ार करें
ना छेड़ ऐसे सनम
तुझको क़सम
मेरी क़सम
अब तो दिल से मिलने दे
दिल किसी बहाने से
अभी नहीं
ना ना अभी नहीं
मेरी जां अभी नहीं
ना ना अभी नहीं
हो ओ ओ
हाँ हमने प्यार किया
कह दें ज़माने से
अभी नहीं
ना ना अभी नहीं
ओ हो अभी नहीं
मेरी जां अभी नहीं
प्यार कभी छुपता है
ऐसे छुपाने से
कभी नहीं
ना ना कभी नहीं
मेरी जां कभी नहीं
ना ना कभी नहीं

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